Jerry Kang is Professor of Law, Professor of Asian American Studies, the inaugural Korea Times Endowed Chair, and UCLA’s inaugural Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. A leading scholar on implicit bias and the law, Prof. Kang has published more than a dozen articles on the subject in leading journals including the Harvard Law Review.  He regularly collaborates with leading experimental social psychologists on wide-ranging scholarly, educational, and advocacy projects.

On Friday, June 16, 2017, we had the pleasure of listening to Professor Jerry Kang speak about “Implicit Bias & The Practice of Law:  What You Should Know about What You Don’t Know.” 

Pictured, from left: Phyllis K. Morris, Public Defender; Jerry Kang, Professor of Law and Chris Gardner, Assistant Public Defender